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Easton Sentinel, Williams Township, newspaper, Reading, apples, parody, humor


A typed copy of a satirical letter found within the Easton Sentinel, dated January 10, 1826. Within, a man going by the name 'Jacop de Schleeber' writes to Mr. Brinder and provides a short parody he entitles, "Do My Sussy" (To My Susie).

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Packet 2-29 to 2-30


Easton, Pennsylvania


The article may have been reprinted from a Berks County newspaper.


English and Pennsylvania German

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Copied Letter From the Easton Sentinel, January 10, 1826



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